The Kaimai ranges separates the plains of the Waikato from the Bay of Plenty. A narrow range that lies to the south of the Coromandel Ranges and north of the Mamaku ranges. The park marks the northern limit of kamahi, red and silver beech,and the southern limit of the huge kauri. Birdlife includes the fantail, North Island Robin,kereru (native pigeon), waxeye or silver-eye, tui and tomtit. There is a limited number of huts in the park with a ranges of tracks from easy walks to multi-day tramps along the ridge tops.

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